How Can I Live Without A Driver’s License? Consult With A Recognized Driver’s License Reinstatement Specialist
One of the “forgotten” consequences of a criminal case is the possible effect it could have on your driver’s license. Even an arrest for a DUI can lead to a lengthy license suspension. A conviction for DUI (not to mention a second or subsequent offense) might lead to your license being REVOKED for many years. Even point accumulation, drug offenses, and other traffic offenses can result in significant loss of driving privileges in the State of Michigan.
“How can I work without a license?”
“How can I take care of my family if I can’t drive?”
“Are there any attorneys in Ann Arbor who specialize in license cases?”
For 20+ years, DUI attorney Dan Geherin of Geherin Law Group, PLLC. has been a driver’s license specialist. Dan has been recognized by his peers as an expert in driver’s license restoration cases. He has an unparalleled 20-year track record of restoring licenses for drivers all over the State of Michigan, and has a 98% success rate in appeal hearings at the Secretary of State Administrative Hearing. For years, he’s taught other attorneys on how to navigate the red tape of the Secretary of State, and has been a lecturer, author, and moderator at the Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) regarding license appeals.
Dan has put many Ann Arbor drivers back on the road, back to work, and back to being able to take care of their families. When a criminal arrest or conviction threatens your license, you need an attorney who not only handles criminal defense but also specializes in license cases. At GLG Michigan, you get the best of both worlds: Dan is a former prosecutor and board-certified criminal trial attorney, and a recognized license specialist.
To help determine the best attorney for driver’s license reinstatement in Ann Arbor, please ask these questions:
“Are you also a driver’s license specialist, or just a criminal attorney?”
“What is your success rate at the Secretary of State over the past 10 or 20 years?”
“How often do you appear before the Secretary of State Hearing Judges?”
If you’re looking for an attorney with extensive license experience following an arrest in Ann Arbor, please consider calling the Ann-Arbor based practice of GLGMichigan. We can be reached 24/7 at (734) 263-2780, or via email info@GLGMichigan.com. We offer free telephone or office consultations. We would be happy to discuss why we believe we’re the perfect firm to help answer your license questions and put you back on the road lawfully and permanently.